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How much screen time is too much in early childhood?

Dr Megan Gath and Professor Gail Gillon of UC’s Child Well-being Research Institute, Education Professor Brigid McNeill, and Health Professor Lianne Woodward – studied the impacts of screen exposure on early childhood development.

Eye drops set to reduce surgery

A new Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland spin-out company, TheiaNova, is working to introduce a groundbreaking, non-invasive treatment for the eye disease keratoconus.

Gaels capture silver at U SPORTS Women’s Rugby Championship

Football team advances to the 114th Yates Cup after beating Ottawa Gee-Gees 35-13 at Richardson Field.

Vet med prof wins prestigious cattle health award

A University of Calgary veterinary medicine researcher has been recognized by her peers for her tireless work in advancing knowledge in cattle health.

Universities band together to boost study of waterways

Two Canterbury tertiary institutions have signed an agreement to run postgraduate degree programmes as jointly awarded courses – a first in New Zealand.

Research projects attract $7.1 million

Twelve projects led by researchers from Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington have been awarded funding this year from Te Pūtea Rangahau a Marsden, the Marsden Fund.

New $115 million investment funds to accelerate research discoveries from idea...

In a first for an Australian university, the University of Melbourne today announced the establishment of two new major investment funds, in partnership with Breakthrough Victoria and Tanarra Capital...

University awards McIntosh Scholarship to Stivers senior

Stivers School for the Arts senior Eryk Charlton, who aspires to become a lawyer and a community leader in Dayton, has been awarded the prestigious...

Culture organisations face potential ‘artistic hiatus’ in EU partnerships due to...

Brexit could trigger an ‘artistic hiatus’ in the UK as cultural organisations struggle with loss of funding and new regulations, according to new research on the consequences of leaving the EU.

New concept for cancer treatment

Now, researchers from the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI Singapore) at NUS have taken a significant step forward with a new concept that could ultimately result in more effective treatments.
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